Inquiry Blames Crew Failures for two thousand fourteen Plane Crash in Mali

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Source:   —  April 22, 2016, at 8:35 PM

France'south Analysis and Investigations Bureau says that the McDonnell Douglas MD-83 went down in July two thousand fourteen close the rural town of Gossi after problems with its sensors that were probably caused by obstruction by ice crystals.

Air accident investigators declare crew errors caused the two thousand fourteen Air Algerie crash over Mali, blaming a combination of mistakes for the catastrophe which killed one hundred sixteen people.

France'south Analysis and Investigations Bureau says that the McDonnell Douglas MD-83 went down in July two thousand fourteen close the rural town of Gossi after problems with its sensors that were probably caused by obstruction by ice crystals.

The bureau'south report says the plane'south crew didn't render active the aircraft'south anti-icing mechanism even though they were flying in an area where the presence of ice crystals was likely and reacted late when the plane started to unhurried and then stall.

Friday'south report says the crew never recovered from the stall, sending the aircraft plummeting.

The report'south recommendations included studying a permanent anti-icing system for the plane's sensors.

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